It’s time for agencies to set their sights on recruiting and retaining talent in 2023. How can they do that, when employees are getting choosier, competition is getting tougher and agencies are struggling with digital services?
Posts By Sydney Heimbrock
It’s the time of year when we reflect, take stock of our lives and appreciate people who make them better. That should include expressing gratitude to public service employees.
It’s important to listen, understand and act on the different public health and services experiences of diverse communities. But it’s also important to understand non-medical health determinants.
Unlocking the potential of social media data by turning open-ended chatter into actionable insights could help decision makers be more proactive in responding to emerging trends before they become intractable problems.
Natural disasters in 2021 alone cost $270B worldwide — and this amount is forecasted to keep rising. Governments at all levels have been required to include disaster response and recovery initiatives into their operating models in unprecedented ways.
The pandemic taught us that federal, state and local public health systems all suffer from fractured data collection. A centralized approach is far better — for many reasons.
A new law is prompting the IRS to hire lots of new employees – and fast. But lessons learned from DHS can make this massive undertaking eminently doable.
How do you get your mission done in a historically tight labor market? Train the people you have.